Clean air: an introduction to how the legislative process has changed Multiple paths: the legislative process in the House of Representatives Routes and obstacles: the legislative process in the Senate Getting one bill: reconciling House-Senate differences Omnibus legislation, the budget process, and summits Why and how the legislative process changed The 2005 energy bill: about as orthodox as it gets Medicare/prescription drug legislation: making sweeping policy change in a highly partisan environment Medical malpractice caps: Senate rules and unorthodox lawmaking-or not The budget process as an instrument for policy change: Clinton's economic program Republican majorities, divided government, and budget politics The Republican tax-cutting agenda and the budget process: the Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 The consequences of unorthodox lawmaking.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 289-292) and index.
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